MKS Supply: New from Chiappa & Hi-Point Firearms

posted on May 3, 2013
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MKS Supply showed off some of the latest releases from Chiappa Firearms and Hi-Point Carbines at the 142nd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits. In Chiappa's case, it was the M9-22 and the latest additions to the Rhino line (which, as you can see above, now comes in an exceptionally flashy gold model). For Hi-Point, it was the 9 mm carbine.

The Chiappa M9-22 is a .22 LR replica of the iconic Beretta M9. It's been crafted with the same weight and feel as its well-known 9 mm counterpart, making it a true "rimfire reproduction," in the company's words.

The Hi-Point 9 mm carbine is an affordable, American-built carbine that's designed to be rugged and reliable. Hi-Point offers it in a variety of configurations, depending on the accessories you're looking for. The most basic of the models, which comes relatively bare, lists at $285. .40 S&W and .45 ACP versions are also available.

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